Aston Martin V8 Vantage News
Engineers creating software and a driveline to pair Mercedes V8 with a stick for the first time.
Aston Martin's 21st century renaissance kickstarted with the DB11, a high-dollar grand tourer that upped the outgoing DB9's dynamic envelope while keeping one foot firmly planted in the brand's aesthetically elevated roots. The sequel to Aston's bid for relevancy is the V8 Vantage, a more agile and track-focused two-seater, perennially the company's best-seller that guns for the heavyweight in the segment, the Porsche 911. With a completely updated design language and laser-like focus on perform
Could an entry-level Aston Martin coupe be in the works?
But you won't be able to get it here.
They're higher-performance versions of Aston's already high-performance cars.
No crazy turbo V6 under the hood, but it's not the worst special edition out there.
Whether it sounds good or bad is up to the beholder.
Aston Martin isn't bringing the Vantage GT8 to the US, but at least you can play with the online configurator.
The new crazy Vantage would follow in the footsteps of the previous GT12, which was similarly crazy.
A report states that after the success of the Vantage GT12, Aston Martin will build a new race-inspired version of the coupe called the GT8.
What's one thing you can't get direct from Mercedes-AMG? A third pedal.
Prodrive shortens nearly three weeks of work to build an Aston Martin V8 Vantage GTE down to just 60 seconds in this video. The racecar will compete in the GTE Am class in the FIA World Endurance Championship.
The Price is Right's Dream Car Week finds a winner when a woman wins an Aston Martin Vantage, and she is very excited about her new sports car.
Aston Martin is keeping things fresh with the introduction of the DB9 GT at the Goodwood Festival of Speed. Now boasting 540 horsepower from its 6.0-liter V12, the model is meant to be the best DB9 yet. Meanwhile, the Rapide S and V8 Vantage also receive small updates for the 2016 model year.